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i>clickers (and web>clickers). More than just polling tools. David M. Antonacci, TLT Liz Tassell, i>clicker University of Kansas Medical Center September 14, 2009. Instructional Uses. Conduct Formative Assessment Assess and Activate Prerequisite Knowledge Promote Peer Learning

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I clickers and web clickers l.jpg

i>clickers (and web>clickers)

More than just polling tools

David M. Antonacci, TLT

Liz Tassell, i>clicker

University of Kansas Medical Center

September 14, 2009


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Instructional Uses

  • Conduct Formative Assessment

  • Assess and Activate Prerequisite Knowledge

  • Promote Peer Learning

  • Determine Audience Opinions and Preferences

  • Guide Review Sessions

  • Take Attendance

  • Deliver Summative Assessments


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Best Practices

  • Use questions for key points/objectives.

  • Include questions at higher cognitive levels.

  • Ask questions throughout presentation.

  • Allow sufficient time for students to answer.

  • Emphasize the correct answer.

  • Include time for discussing question/answers.

  • Grade participation.


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Additional Resources

  • i>clicker Website

    • www.iclicker.com

  • 7 Things You Should Know about Clickers

    • www.educause.edu/node/156805

  • Principles for Constructing Good Clicker Questions: Going Beyond Rote Learning…

    • http://baywood.metapress.com/link.asp?id=c88868gq53687455


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Contact Information

  • Liz Tassel

    • 317-410-6310

    • [email protected]

  • Dave Antonacci

    • 913-588-7144

    • [email protected]


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